HC Deb 17 February 1813 vol 24 c562

Petitions against the Claims of the Roman Catholics were presented from the clergy and other inhabitants of Manchester and Salford; the Protestant inhabitants of Armagh; the mayor, bailiffs, and commonalty of Exeter; the Protestant inhabitants of Cork; and the gentry, clergy, &c. of Carlow.—Ordered to lie on the table.

A Petition of the merchants, manufacturers and inhabitants of Barnstaple and Great Torrington, was presented in favour of the renewal of the East India Company's charter.